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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL MONDAY MORNING. MAY 5, 1919.
ing Paris to realize that the war Is at an end. The racing season will open Monday at Maisons-Laffitte. The bookmakers already aro busy along the boulevards and in the cafes and the conversation in the places Is divided about evenly between retro spective reports of the riots of May day and to anticipation of the resump tion of racing Monday... The French government hesitated before authorizing the track owners to resume business. Premier Clem enceau displayed the utmost indiffer ence but Victor Boret, the minister of agriculture, championing the cause of the breeders, finally prevailed upon the premier to permit the races. "7' fin j Uuao-'o X rSirl f rJJJ JJ JAAJtA U , J.U.I U, .'X, mm tiff ! Try the Grandma Way ! vnTn hCv ao... .J- 77ir v.. Uftf , rpABLE linens cost a lot of money. Of A course they do, and you can't afford to rub the life out of them on a washboard and you can't afford to take chances with a gritty soap that will just eat them up. Let Grandma wash them. Fine china ware, table linens, laces and all delicate fabrics are just the things that Grandma loves to wash. Grandma is the finest kind of cake soap in the new economical form it's powdered. No whole bars to waste; away. You measure it out with a spoon. Use only what you need. Marvelous, bursting suds that clean without rubbing. Just try Grandma and you will never go back to expensive bar soap again. Try it. A Tl (( ( 71 nnSS O ir (0) wcyicsjnsyi Bvyir i. j (Zr-y Tiis Pandered Soap Today TR Globo Soap Company. Cincinnati J . V ' 1 M i! .)ill(Si)rrfW 1 Pjx? (jjom)$ Pensacola Electric Co. PUBLIC DEBT OF U. S. TREASURY $ 2 4,8 3 3 4 5,0 0 0 "Washington, May 3. Public debt of the United States government was re ported today by the treasury as $24, 824,345,000. Most of this., represents Liberty bonds of the first, second, third and fourth issues but the victory Liberty loan : is not . included to any great extent. TTie addition of victory loan bonds will be largely counter balanced by redemeption of outstand ing certificates of indebtedness. No deduction is made for the $8,852,000,000 loaned to foreign governments. Con sequently the net debt will be approxi mately $16,000,000,000. The treasury plans to issue other b6nds later . this . year and next year to meet the fag ends of war expenses, but in the aggregate these are not ex pected to amount to more than $5, -000,000,000. so that the gross public debt of the United States is expected by treasury officials to be in the neigh borhood of $30,000,000,000 when the pe riod of war, financing ends. The treasury now has a Working balance of $1,052,000,000 of which $657,546,000 Is on deposit with banks throughout the country on account of bills of certificates of indebtedness and victory Liberty notes. The, treasury holds $2,568,599,000 in gold but a little more than half of this belongs to the gold settlement fund of the federal re serve board. Silver dollars in the treasury, which a little more than a year ago amounted to $490,000,000 had been reduced to $229,711,000 by"melting down of approximately $260,000,000 of silver dollars for export to India. were fighting it with water. The fire broke out afresh today and the battle with the flames was renewed. The deadly black damp coming from the fire was present in great . quantities and the, men were quickly overcome. falling in, rows along the gangway, Rescuers were on the" scene early. Some of these also fell over. Helmet- men went in and began the work of bring tout. men. , Twenty reached the foot of the shaft in a short time. were given first aid treatment s and then sent to the ' surface; " RACING IS RESUMED ON FRENCH TRACKS AFTER FIVE YEARS ,, Paris, May 4. The resumption of racing on the French tracks after nearly five years' interruption is help- TT3 'i alee once eac mornind-more if necessary FIFTY MEN IN A MINE OVERCOME WITH BLACK DAMP Wilkesbarre, Pa, May 4. Fifty men were overcome with black damp in the Nottingham mine of , the Lehigh and "Wilkesbarre Coal company at Ply mouth today. Twenty of this number have been brought from the danger zone, to the surface and many of them are in serious condition. So far there are no fatalities, but at noon the fate of thirty, men still in the mine was undetermined. A fire started in the twelfth east Corn Flakes "You'll Like it""1" "v"-"- HOG CHOLERA IS PREVALENT OVER ESCAMBIA COUNTY Farm Demonstration Agent C. W. Burnett says there is lots of hog chol era , in : the northern portion of the county and " that It will soon spread over the entire section if the farmers do not take some precaution in regard to the matter. ; - - - 1 There . Is no cure for hog cholera and of course the only safe way is prevention, and there is only one way to prevent it and that Is by the simul taneous treatment with hog cholera serum and virus, ' and this . treatment is an absolute " prevention if admin istered at the proper time, but the mistake that most farmers make Is that they wait until their hogs are infected before they have the work done, the cost is very small compared with the value of a hog. Dr. Baxter, of the State Live Stock Sanitary Board, is in the city and will be here Just as long-as the people will take advantage of the opportunity to use him and have their hogs treated. His services, as welf as those of Agent Burnett, are absolutely free and it is the wish of both these parties that every hog owner will see or communi cate with one of them and have their hogs inoculated before it is too. late. , There is a great possibility ahead of the farmer in the raising of hogs if they will only take advantage of the opportunity and keep their hogs free from disease as there is more money to be made in the raising of hogs than any other branch of the farm work, so please see these men and take advan tage of this opportunity. , Mrs. Eugene Faircloth, who has been at the T. W. C. A. since last spring, left for DeFuniak Friday evening, ac companying her husband who has just returned from overseas service. 11 The flies that swarm everywhere constitute a deadly army of disease carriers that should be . exterminated. Do your part and protect your self and family by killing those that get into your home. qg Brand Insect Powdor . 25c and 50c Everywhere Kills flies, fleas, ants, roaches, lice, bed bugs, moths, mosquitoes and most other insect pests. Doubly effective because of its great ; strength. Accept no substitute. HmthUm to mrythlag hat Iniwti, ' McCORMICK & CO., BaItimore.MiL , Tht Scotch Kkts art teonton for A Vatson, Parker & Reese Co A few of our special values now on sale Dollar Waists That are excellent values, in real fancy lingerie and tailored effects, good assortment of styles. Now on sale at 85c $2, $2.50 Bungalow Aprons Fancy figured and striped, fine quality percales and other materials. Many pretty styles excellently made up and finished. Now on sale $1.39 $6.50 Gingham Dresses Twelve attractive styles, very nice for street wear, belted, swing ing pockets, lace collars, fancy cuffs, loose and tight fitting. Now on sale at 4.45 Special Sale Crochet Buttons Mostly imported goods, large lot, on zinc and ivory molds, large and small sizes for wash dresses and suits. Values to $1.50 a doz 1 A Spcial per card 15c and... JLUC Skirting Sale $1.25 to 45c skirting, white fan cies and colored goods, a good line of patterns to close out this sale at half price, OQ Selling at 63c to ........... 50C Monday Special $2.50 TABLE CLOTH, Ready made and unfinished patterns. Some scalloped edges, round designs. 54 and 64 inch. J- Qff Each fbJLoVD Monday Special 75c TABLE DAMASK. Assort ed patterns, 54-inch , 63 C Monday Special 50c TABLE DAMASK. 54-inch, assorted patterns, 43 C Monday Special NAPKINS. Indian Head Cloth, 18-inch size, fine for restaurants, soft, ready for use, '7P dozen I ut Monday Specials in Toilet Goods 50 Hinds Honey and Almond Cream .43o 75c Dr. Blair's Cream of Cu cumber 53c 50c , Do. Blair's Cream of Cu- i cumber 33c 25c Dr. Blair's Cream of Cu cumber ...19c 15c Dr. Blair's Cucumber Soap.. 10c 25c -Woodbury's Facial Soap... 21c 25c Cuticura Skin Soap. ...21c 25c Packers' Tar Soap ....... ..21c 25c "Woodbury's Face Powder, flesh, white ,21c 25c Woodbury's Facial Cream.. 21c All Specials cash. No phone or ders, C. O. D. or- approvals. Mail orders filled if sent f or J on day, of sales. SAN CAR LOS MAIN CAFE lub Breakfast . . . ... . ...... . . .35c and up served 7 to 10 Luncheon . ............ . .... . . . 60c and 75c served 12 to 2.30 Dinner , . ; .... . . . . . . . . . ............. $1.00 served 12 to 8:30 Dinner DeLuxe ........... . . ....... . $1.50 served 12 to $8:30 Service a la Carte at Grill Room Pre War Prices Coffee Shop and Grill Closed for Summer.